|Publication number||USD27019 S|
|Publication date||May 4, 1897|
|Filing date||Mar 18, 1897|
|Publication number||US D27019 S, US D27019S, US-S-D27019, USD27019 S, USD27019S|
|Inventors||Calvin A. Leonard|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
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C. A. LEONARD.
No. 27,019. Patented May 4, I897.
x mvemon zLXkM BY @yvfim ATTORNEYS UNITED STATES PATENT OFFICE.
(ALVIN A. LEONARD, ()l RUCHICS'II'IR, .\'l".\\' YORK, ASHIHNOR 'l'() JOHN ll. HOPKINS, 'llll 'fi'll'll l, Ol 'r\.\ll-I PLACE.
DESIGN FOR A SALT-HOLDER.
SPECIFICATION forming part of Design No. 27,019, dated May 4, 1897.
Application filed March 18.1897. Serial N0. 623.224. T -riu of patent 7 years.
To all whom it may concern.-
lie it known that l, CALVIN A. Laos-uni, of Rochester, in the county of Monroe, in f the State of New York, have invented and 1 produced a new and useful Design for :1. Salt 3 Holder or Receptacle for Salting Horses, (at- I lle, &e.,of which the following isa speeiliczr l lion, reference being had to the accompany 5 ing drawings, showing a part thereof.
Figures 1 and .3 are respectively top plan and side elevation ofasalt holderor receptacle for salting horses, cattle, &e., embodying my design; and Figs. 3 and t are vertical sec tions taken, respectively, on lines 3 3 and l 4, Fig. 1.
The leading feat-n re of my design consists in a salt holder or receptacle for salting horses, cattle, due, which when viewed in top plan presents the appearance of one end of an ellipse subdivided by angularly-arranged bars and when viewed in elevation presents the appearance of a longitudinal half of one end of an ellipse.
A I3 0 C D are respectively rear, front, side, and bottom walls of a salt holder or receptacle embodying my design, and E E are intersecting bars rising from the bottom wall I) and formed of less height than the walls A B C C. The rear wall A is substantially flat and perpendicular and is provided with ears a a, which extend upwardly from the extremities of its top edge. The front wall B inclines rearwardly in opposite directions toward the side walls C C from its con tral portion b. The lower portion 1) of the wall B inclines downwardly towardthe front end of the bottom wall D, and the upper edge of said wall B is substantially flat and is formed with an inwardly-projectiug rib or shoulder U The lower portions r c of the walls C incline dowuwardl toward each other, their front OXtl'uulllivs r r" are inclined forwardly toward earh other and are united to the ends of the front wall It, and the upper edges of said walls t (J are formed substantially flat and are provided with inwardly-cxteudiug ribs or shoulders c c". The central portion of the bottom wall D is formed with round perforations (I, its front portion inclines upwardly toward the lower portion of the front wall it, and its side portions are inclined upwardly in opposite directions and are united to the lower portions of the side walls C C. The intersecting bars E E are arranged at substantially right angles to each other bctween the round perforations (I, extend lengthwise and crosswise abovethe bottom wall D, and are formed of less height than the side walls 0 C.
A salt holder or receptacle for salting horses, cattle, &c., embodying my design presents a graceful, pleasing, and characteristic appearance.
That I claim is The design for a salt holder or receptacle for salting horses, cattle, &c., substantially as herein shown and described.
In testimony whereof I have hereunto signed my name, in the presence of two attesting witnesses, at Syracuse, in the county of Onondaga, in the State of New York, this 27th day of February, 1897.
CALVIN A. LEONARD.
J. A. \VEISBURG, K. II. THEOBALD.
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